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and that had to deal with 1998 when john casey was chairman of the house budget committee of which is finished -- one time spent time has expired. thank you. mr. doggett. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman. i know things are very different about where we're headed in the future but i think mr. johnson's chart demonstrates when we concluded the clinton administration we had a surplus. for the first time in recent memory. and a huge tax cut where alan greenspan sat where you're sitting, mr. johnson, and told us that the justification for this tax was that we are reducing the debt too fast, that we would create some uncertainties in the bond market because we are moving so quickly, but an unpaid tax cut, unpaid prescription benefits, few unpaid wars, now we are told we can no longer afford by some of our republican colleagues to provide health security for people at 65 or 66, that, you would like to get but we just can't afford to do it. and as it relates specifically to the proposal we just heard, the administration statement on, i gather your opinion, mr. johnson is better than have a valenti
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